Reports indicate Manchester United are set to accept a reduced-price bid to offload Matteo Darmian this coming transfer market.
Numerous Italian clubs were keen to sign him last summer transfer window when he was ready to dump Manchester United, but negotiations for a move away never happened.
No Serie A clubs were ready to pay the Red Devils’ demand for him, meaning the Italian stayed put at Old Trafford.
The defender will enter the last one year of his deal next month and is again willing to leave the club after spending another season on the fringes of the Manchester United roster.
And as per Italian newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, the Red Devils are now ready to accept a bid of about €12 million so as to get him off their payroll in the next window.
The two parties involved want the transfer and it has been claimed the Red Devils could even welcome a bid in the region of about €10 million.
There has reportedly been interest from Italy for the player and Serie A giants Inter Milan are allegedly keen on adding the former Torino defender to their payroll this coming summer.
The United star has played just six league games this term and was gifted a start recently against leaders Manchester City.
Meanwhile, French giants Paris Saint-Germain want to sign David De Gea and it seems they are ready to offer the goalkeeper a huge-wage package so as to tempt the Spaniard away from Old Trafford.
The League 1 Champions are willing to hand him a long-term deal believed to be worth £450,000-weekly, according to Daily Star.